Fourth-grader Savannah Worley brought out her best look as “Thing 2” (with a companion Thing in her pocket — shown in a close-up photo below). She and her school, Bartlett Elementary had a magical week of celebrating Dr. Seuss and reading in general.
Tyler Cook carries off just the right silly look for Wacky Wednesday.
Blue hair is nothing unusual when Dr. Seuss and pals show up. Bartlett Elementary marked Read Across America Week later than usual this year because of bad weather during the national celebration.
The school made their own fun with a week celebrating the birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss.
The week began with a group of community leaders who were invited into classrooms to read from a Dr. Seuss book.
Each day was used to show school spirit through the use of a Dr. Seuss book.
Students participated in daily trivia questions from a Dr. Seuss book of the day.
The week began by celebrating “Cat in the Hat.” Students, faculty, and staff came dressed in Cat attire along with Thing 1 and 2.
Mrs. Angela Lester, first-grade teacher; Mrs. Kim Williamson, PTA treasurer and library volunteer.
Tuesday’s school spirit showed in brown and white attire in honor of, “Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?”
The book, “Wacky Wednesday,” was celebrated with wacky appearances.
On Thursday, school members came dressed in their pajamas to honor the book, “I’m Not Going to Get Up Today!”
The week finished by wearing crazy socks in honor of, “Fox in Socks.”
Bartlett Elementary students also participated in a “Free Book Giveaway” throughout the week as they attended the library.
Silly attire and brightly colored hair were the ruling fashions at Bartlett Elementary for these second-graders. From left, they are Brayden Hammond, Reece Crook, Matthew Ransom and Micah Ransom.
Guest readers generously volunteered their time during Bartlett Elementary’s celebration of reading and Dr. Seuss.
Mrs. Jackson’s class displayed their creative writing about the Cat in the Hat.
Bartlett Elementary students carefully browse through the selections of free books to take home.
Ms. Lynn Shield’s preschool class displays their “Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?” spirit.